Rounds of showers and storms continue to push across the region. Flash flooding is the main threat tonight into Wednesday.
Workers with Lexington's department of roads have put in a lot of extra work over the past couple of days.
Road crews say they'll be out scraping and salting until the snow and ice is gone.
City officials say they've used two thousand tons of salt in the last two days and they've put in an order for another thousand tons.
On Wednesday afternoon, there was word that most major roads were clear and crews were heading to the side streets.
Plow drivers say they biggest problem they've seen isn't the weather, it's drivers playing cat and mouse with them.